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Undercover author finds Amazon warehouse workers in UK 'peed in bottles' over fears of being punished for taking a break

Undercover author finds Amazon warehouse workers in UK 'peed in bottles' over fears of being punished for taking a break



2018-04-16T16:17:36+0000

"For those of us who worked on the top floor, the closest toilets were down four flights of stairs. People just peed in bottles because they lived in fear of being ­disciplined over 'idle time.'"

An undercover author told The Sun that workers at an Amazon warehouse in the UK "peed in bottles" because they were scared walking to a bathroom would cause them to miss targets.



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The latest #CaliforniaEducator is now out! The cover story, True Grit explores the challenges rural schools face. Read article here: californiaeducator.org/2018/04/12/true-grit/ ...

The latest #CaliforniaEducator is now out! The cover story, True Grit explores the challenges rural schools face. Read article here: https://californiaeducator.org/2018/04/12/true-grit/

 

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Oswaldo Alejandro Naranjo Vicky Lucero Acosta guys lol

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California State Parks

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Today's Tips:

1. Make sure to have plenty of water and food for duration of your trip to avoid dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
2. Check Weather. Weather can change instantly.
3. Dress appropriately with layers of clothing and appropriate shoes such as hiking boots and close-toed shoes.
4. Mark tents and ropes so they are visible at night.
5. Keep it clean: pack it in & pack it out. ...

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Todays Tips: 

1. Make sure to have plenty of water and food for duration of your trip to avoid dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
2. Check Weather. Weather can change instantly.
3. Dress appropriately with layers of clothing and appropriate shoes such as hiking boots and close-toed shoes.
4. Mark tents and ropes so they are visible at night.
5. Keep it clean: pack it in & pack it out.

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California State Parks

Thank you to everyone who helps protect California's amazing natural and cultural resources, not just on #EarthDay, but every day.

What are your favorite place(s) on our planet? #SnapshotSunday ...

 

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Calaveras Big Trees was my favorite growing up and now I live in the middle of Anza Borrego, what a difference! #loveourstateparks

Lake Tahoe💙

Greys River WY, beaver lodge.

Was at Bryce recently for my birthday and it was amazing!

Zion is pretty amazing too!

Well , this was taken At Grey Lodge, a Fish & Wildlife area. Sutter Buttes in my rea view mirror.

Anywhere in the Eastern Sierras. I love visiting from the UK.

Yosemite lifts my spirit

Crystal Cove State Beach today

Like you, Keith Griggs ♥️

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California State Parks

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Today's Tip: Leave an itinerary of your trip with a family member or friend with information such as name and age of hikers/campers, trailhead or campsite name and location, and expected return date. ...

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Todays Tip: Leave an itinerary of your trip with a family member or friend with information such as name and age of hikers/campers, trailhead or campsite name and location, and expected return date.

This Sunday, April 22, marks the 48th anniversary of Earth Day, and this year’s Earth Day focuses on mobilizing the world to End Plastic Pollution. California State Parks’ mission is to help preserve our state’s extraordinary biological diversity, protect our most valued natural and cultural resources, and create opportunities for high quality outdoor recreation, which is why it is important to help to protect our diverse environment.

Read more on our Earth Day, Every Day blog post at castateparks.wordpress.com/2018/04/20/earthday2018/ ...

This Sunday, April 22, marks the 48th anniversary of Earth Day, and this year’s Earth Day focuses on mobilizing the world to End Plastic Pollution. California State Parks’ mission is to help preserve our state’s extraordinary biological diversity, protect our most valued natural and cultural resources, and create opportunities for high quality outdoor recreation, which is why it is important to help to protect our diverse environment.

Read more on our Earth Day, Every Day blog post at https://castateparks.wordpress.com/2018/04/20/earthday2018/

 

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We could start by reducing the use of single-use plastic bottles. Thousands of these are passed out to park volunteers. Some parks have no recycling programs.

San Bernardino Teachers Association President Ashley Bettis-Alcalá reminds Arroyo Valley students they can preregister to vote in elections this year. ...

 

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That's my president :)

#MakeLawmakersAccountable

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David Goldberg visits with teacher Joseph Salas at the Students for Change Rally to end gun violence in schools at Arroyo Valley High School in San Bernardino. ...

David Goldberg visits with teacher Joseph Salas at the Students for Change Rally to end gun violence in schools at Arroyo Valley High School in San Bernardino.

 

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Let‘ s work to keep violent and disturbed students out of schools.

"Kids deserve to be safe at school" - Joshua Simmons | Verde Elementary 5th-grader.CTA President Eric Heins and Assemblyperson Tony Thurmond joined teachers, students and administrators for a solidarity “walk-in” at Verde Elementary School. ...

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We need to keep violent students out of schools

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California State Parks

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Today's Tip: Bring a first aid kit and become familiar with it. ...

This week we are highlighting tips for visiting any of our desert parks like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park or Providence Mountains State Recreation Area this spring or summer.

Most Important: Make sure to stay hydrated! Temperatures can range from mid 80s to 110s during the day to nearly freezing temperatures during nights. Simple actions such as taking plenty of water (1 gallon/per person/day) and food, and knowing that cell coverage is extremely limited or non-existent can help you be better prepared to safely enjoy the desert.

Todays Tip: Bring a first aid kit and become familiar with it.

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Join the live stream of today's California State Park & Recreation Commission meeting at 8:30 am on www.cal-span.org.Today's agenda includes updates on the department and community engagement.

The full agenda can be found at: www.parks.ca.gov/pages/21491/files/SPRC_Commission_Agenda_20180420.pdf ...

Join the live stream of todays California State Park & Recreation Commission meeting at 8:30 am on www.cal-span.org.Todays agenda includes updates on the department and community engagement.

The full agenda can be found at: www.parks.ca.gov/pages/21491/files/SPRC_Commission_Agenda_20180420.pdf

 

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It seems that our governor and his Lt governor are boasting of a 60 billion dollar budget surplus and yet they raised our gas taxes and vehicle registration fees higher than any in the nation.

Now it appears they are either lying about the budget surplus or they are incompetent at running state branches and have bureaucrats with political agendas.

Whatever stooge is in charge of Green-valley and Cuyamaca should be fired and frankly the parks should be open free of charge with that much surplus in hand.

Yes it’s time to start pulling voter levers that stop stealing your rights and your public lands from us the public.

CGS supports Earth Hour
MARCH 24,2018 ,
8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
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CGS supports Earth Hour
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8:30 PM - 9:30 PM

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Hahaha akala ko totoong nasunog California garden drill lang pala.

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Put working lights in the stairs area.. In case of Fire and Earthquake, those areas should be lit.. Right now, VERY DARK AND VERY DANGEROUS bumaba doon.. Yan dapat tinututukan niyo..

Firedrill ba?

ano meron?

Anung meron sirs?

Fire drill or actual fire?

Nainform ba lahat abt this?

Miss ko lugar na ito

Fire Drill Today : March 23,2018,Friday (3PM-5PM) ...

Fire Drill Today : March 23,2018,Friday (3PM-5PM)

 

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Kitty Stammers sali ka😂😂😂

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